Chichen Itza, with the Pyramid of Kukulcan, is the towering icon of Chichen Itza. This pyramid is seemingly pointless aligned under an angle of 23° from the North.
Another interesting building on that site is El Caracol, which is believed ot be an ancient observatory. The top appears to be realigned in the same direction as El castillo (the Pyramid of Kukulcan). But the base is aligned to an even more ancient pole.
The North wall of this observatorium is pointing to the same pole as that of Teotihuacan.
The site of Chichen Itza has been restored and realigned at least three times after catastrophic earth crust shifts. How old is this site? At least three glaciation cycles – more than 250,000 years.